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The Women of “Hamilton”

Michael Schulman writes about the female characters in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton,” praising the performance of Renée Elise Goldsberry and Phillipa Soo.

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Why Startups Love Moleskines

David Sax on analog ideas and products, such as Moleskine notebooks, that remain viable and popular despite advances in digital technology.

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“Frog and Toad”: An Amphibious Celebration of Same-Sex Love

Colin Stokes on Arnold Lobel, his Frog and Toad illustrated children’s series, and its lessons about friendship and acceptance.

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The New Yorker June 23, 1945 Issue

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1976 NEW YORKER

Ho trovato su cartoonbank (l'archivio del New Yorker) questa copertina del 1976. E' la sintesi di quegli anni (vi ricordate la pubblicità di Eau Sauvage? Ecco, tanto per capirci). Sembra un tempo meraviglioso se lo si guarda da lontano. Succederà anche a questi orribili primi "anni zero " del 2000?